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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, from the burial of Ptahshepses, valley temple of king Unas, Saqqara : Ptahshepses (or Shepsesptah) was maybe a Heir prince
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The tomb-chapel of Ptah-shepses at Abusir includes a large pillared court. The centre of the court was open to the sky, but the now fallen architraves supported...
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The burial chamber at Abusir of Ptah-Shepses, the vizier of Neuserre. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: Old Kingdom
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Remains of furniture found in the Giza tomb of Hetep-heres I, the chief queen of Sneferu and mother of Khufu included a bed, a bed-canopy, a curtain-box
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The burial chamber at Abusir of Ptah - Shepses, the vizier of Neuserre. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: Old Kingdom
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The tomb-chapel of Ptah-shepses at Abusir includes a large pillared court. The centre of the court was open to the sky, but the now fallen architraves supported...
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False door from the tomb of Ptahshepses. This door bears not only the usual funerary formula but an interesting biographical text recording the owner's birth in...
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The tomb-chapel of Ptah-shepses at Abusir includes a large pillared court. The centre of the court was open to the sky, but the now fallen architraves supported...
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Limestone false door and architrave of Ptahshepses, 5th dynasty, about 2400BC from Saqqara. The panelled slabs on each side of the door are inscribed with a...
Burial chamber of Ptahshepses, vizier of Niuserre, Abusir, Egypt. Niuserre was the 6th king of the 5th dynasty of the Ancient Egyptian Old Kingdom
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Sarcophagus in the burial chamber of the mastaba of Ptah-shepses at Abusir. The unusual size and elaborate decoration of the mastaba of this royal vizier...
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Limestone false door and architrave of Ptahshepses, 5th dynasty, about 2400BC from Saqqara. The panelled slabs on each side of the door are inscribed with a...

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